Sukoshi, a fast-casual sushi spot located Uptown, is expected to open by the end of December at 101 S. Tryon St.
With 1,780 square feet of sushi bliss, Sukoshi will operate from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. each weekday and noon-6 p.m. every weekend.
“What we’re doing with this concept is truly having fun,” said Steve Palmer, managing partner. “It’s cheeky, colorful, lively – somewhere to grab lunch, stop in after a workout, go on a date – you name it, without sacrificing quality. Our food is health-minded and authentic, and approachable for truly any time.”
Here are 10 items we’re most excited for:
Yum Yum Dim Sum
Crispy pork gyoza dumplings, scallion dendashi, $7
Tempura rock shrimp, spicy aioli, (gluten free option available), $12
Bunch of Crunch Roll
Cucumber, sweet soy, tempura crunch, offered with either spicy tuna* ($10) or a spicy crab salad ($8)
Fugo Lobster Roll
Poached lobster, beets, asparagus, cilantro aioli, volcano salt, squid ink rice, $18
The Pow Pow Cali Roll
Tempura crab, cucumber, avocado, masago, $8
The StormBorn Roll*
Freshwater eel, tempura shrimp, spicy yellowtail, asparagus, sweet soy, spicy aioli, $13
Thin sliced steak, fried onion, mushrooms, greens, wasabi aioli, choice of mega maki, rice bowl or greens, $12
Sautéed market vegetables, garlic soy, crispy tofu, choice of mega maki, rice bowl or greens, $9 – gluten free and vegetarian
The Big Eye*
Tuna, mango, asian pear, cucumber, masago, seaweed salad, ika salad, wasabi soy, choice of mega maki, rice bowl or greens, $15 – gluten free option available
Sake To Me*
Scottish salmon, truffle micro greens, avocado cream, tobiko, wonton crunch, ponzu, volcano salt, choice of mega maki, rice bowl or greens, $13
Here’s the full menu.
Photos by Andrew Cebulka
Featured image by Sallie Funderburk